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I've built plenty of American stuff and felt I needed to throw something else up. Any advice form anyone who is Chinese or knows more about Chinese tank design is welcome. I'm sorry about the consistent problems with the pictures, if anyone knows how to fix that please tell me. Thanks for view, don't forget to rate and comment.
About this creation
Type 110 Specs:
Top Speed: 49 MPH
Weight: 72 Tons
Armor: Composite of Carbon Steel, Ceramic, and Titanium (2x Active Projectile Interceptor System {APIS})
Primary Armament: 150mm Rifled cannon
Secondary Armament: Type 60 20mm HMG, 8x smoke grenade launchers
Power Plant: Lrx 91 gas turbine engine
Combat Range: 712 miles
Crew: 4


Designed with the specific purpose of challenging NATO tanks like the M1, Leopard II, and Challenger II, the Type 110 is a formidable tank.


Its over-sized gun can disable most MBTs with a single shot, and finish them with only a few more. M1A2s are vulnerable to this firepower, but M1A3's armor can take the hits.


Type 110's armor is incredibly strong, taking most conventional 120mm rounds and even TOW missiles. However, Type 110s could theoretically be destroyed by M1A3s, but they have never been on opposing sides in combat.


The rear is up-armored for urban warfare and features new water cooling systems for reduce its heat signature.


Unleashing its gun on a target up to 4 miles away. The 20mm can sherd any infantry within 1500 yards. The smoke grenades provide instant cover when evac is necessary.

Type 73 Specs:
Top Speed: 84 MPH
Weight: 13 Tons
Armor: Composite of Carbon Steel, and Aluminum
Primary Armament: 90mm auto-cannon
Secondary Armament: Optional Type 60 20mm HMG (not show)
Power Plant: Lrx 3 diesel engine
Combat Range: 945 miles
Crew: 2


Not ment for tank vs. tank combat, the Type 73 ultralight tank is used to ambush lightly armored convoys and the speed away before the enemy can counter attack.


Lightly armored and comparatively low in the firepower department, Type 73s are a rare sight in open combat where even Humvees can take them out.


About 750 were purchased by the Turkmenistanian Army from rouge Chinese Generals. Against anything bigger than a Humvee, they are practically target practice.


Their high rate of fire for a gun of their size does worry convoys though. Many refuse to go out without an Abrams in the lead.


Type 73s have also been used in a limited AA role against Blackhawks and Apaches.

Type 100 Specs:
Top Speed: 36 MPH
Weight: 123 Tons
Armor: Composite of Carbon Steel, Kevlar, and Titanium
Primary Armament: 165mm Rifled cannon
Secondary Armament: none
Power Plant: Lrx 91 gas turbine engine
Combat Range: 712 miles
Crew: 4


Originally intended to be a self propelled artillery piece, the potential of Type 100s as heavy MBTs was soon realized.


Its massive gun once disabled an M1A3 in a friendly-fire incident. Alarmed, US tank crews demanded a upgrade to their tanks. The Pentagon has not realized whether or not the upgrade was applied.


Heavy armor slows the tank but gives it survivability close to that of M1A3s.


The rear of the Type 100 features a disproportionately small exhaust vent, this makes a much smaller target for enemy rockets.


Still able to preform its artillery role, the Type 100 is one of only a few vehicle able to go toe-to-toe with MBTs and provide fire support for ground troops.

Z-20 Specs:
Top Speed: 173 MPH
Weight: 20 Tons
Armor: Composite of Carbon Steel and Aluminum alloys
Primary Armament: MM-13 13mm minigun
Secondary Armament: 4x wing-mounted hardpoints (show here with 2x Fim-43 100mm rocket pods and 8x Fim-86 Red code Rockets)
Power Plant: 2x Lrx 132 jet turbine engines
Combat Range: 1,086 miles
Crew: 2



J-30 Specs:
Top Speed: Mach 2.3
Weight: 43 Tons
Armor: Aluminum alloys
Primary Armament: 12x Fim-4 AMRAMs
Secondary Armament: MM-13 13mm minigun
Power Plant: lrx-200 jet turbine engine with limited thrust vectoring
Combat Range: 2,150 miles
Crew: 1


Small, fast, light, and armed to the teeth, J-32s pose a threat to most generation 4 fighters.


Though powerless against aircraft like the F-22 or F-35, J-32s concerned the Pentagon enough to retire all F-14s and F-15s.


Limited stealth capability and small profile make the J-32 a great nigh raider.


The flying wing design is unique among fighters and was revolutionary at the time.


See, limited thrust vectoring.

Chinese Infantry Specs:
Top Speed: 15 MPH
Weight: 160 Lbs
Armor: Kevlar and Ceramic
Primary Armament: Type 95 Assault Rifle
Secondary Armament: Type 40 8mm Pistol
Power Plant: 4 chamber Heart
Combat Range: Theoretically infinite
Crew: 1


Standard infantry in desert, jungle, arctic, and urban environments.


Pilots for jet and helicopters.


Special forces unit known as the Flaming Dragons.


Flag of China made in the same way as the American flag in the Fire Brigade set.


Everyone in a group photo.

"Brawl" Specs:
Top Speed: 42 MPH
Weight: 96 Tons
Armor: Unknown
Primary Armament: 125mm Rifled cannon
Secondary Armament: 2x M2 .50 cal HMG, 2x 40mm bofors auto-cannons, and 8x Anti-tank rockets
Power Plant: Unknown
Combat Range: Unknown
Crew: 0


Not Chinese but I felt it was worth posting.

I'm sorry about the consistent problems with the pictures, if anyone knows how to fix that please tell me.

Please rate and comment.



Comments

 I like it 
  October 3, 2013
Yep that's what they are good at. Especially in due time that they finally take an under dated M1 Abrams and call it a "Type whatever" and try to match it with other nations better stuff and slap it with a MADE IN CHINA tag. LOL. Good creations man!
 I made it 
  August 3, 2013
Quoting Achintya Prasad Not bad. You really nailed the Chinese "Lets copy it and say its new" attitude they have with many of their things..... The J-32 slightly depresses me (retire F-15s? Heck no!) and I'm not sure if it could handle a 4th generation like the F-15, but still, overall, a 4/5....
I like the F-15 a lot but by when my creations are set, it would be over 40 years old and there are plenty of other aircraft in the US inventory. Next week I will bring out a aircraft pack full of great options.
 I like it 
  August 3, 2013
Not bad. You really nailed the Chinese "Lets copy it and say its new" attitude they have with many of their things..... The J-32 slightly depresses me (retire F-15s? Heck no!) and I'm not sure if it could handle a 4th generation like the F-15, but still, overall, a 4/5....
 
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